must

Grammar tag

Must and Have to

'Have to' and 'must' have the same meaning and are used to express obligations. However, they are used in different situations and are not interchangeable.

 

Talking about Necessity

Some structures in English imply something that is not optional and there is a need to do them.

 

May vs. Must

'May' and 'must' are modal verbs that are confused by learners because they talk about possibilities and probabilities. Click here to learn their differences.

 

Might vs. Must

'Might' and 'must' are modal verbs that confuse learners as they both talk about possibilities. In this lesson, we will learn more about them.

 

Shall vs. Must

'Shall' and 'must' are modal verbs that may be confusing as they both refer to necessities. In this lesson, we will learn their differences.

 

Should vs. Must

'Should' and 'must' are modal verbs that may confuse learners since they both talk about possibilities. In this lesson, we will learn more about them.

 

Must vs. Have To

'Must' and 'have to' express different levels of obligations. In this lesson, we will learn more about them and when to use each of them.

 

Must vs. Need

'Must' and 'need' are confused by learners as they express different levels of necessities. In this lesson, we will learn all about them.

 

Have To vs. Must vs. Should

'Have to,' 'must,' and 'should' talk about different levels of obligations that may confuse you. In this lesson, we will learn more about them.

 
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